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Lawyers Warn Against 'Devastating' Cuts to Legal Services

By Michael Marciano |

Stunned by the news that President Donald Trump's proposed 2018 budget provides for completely eliminating federal funding for the nation's main source of legal aid for low-income litigants, members of Connecticut's legal aid community are taking the proposal seriously.

Michael Skakel, left, Father Abbott Joseph Boyle, center, and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. at the Benedictine Trappist monastery.

5 Questions: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Talks Environmental Law, Skakel Murder


As Kennedy prepares to step down after 34 years at Pace University Law School, he discusses the future of environmental litigation under a Trump administration and his thoughts on the murder conviction of his cousin, Michael Skakel.

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Yale Clinic Leads Legal Fight to Unseal Docket Tied to Trump Associates


The underlying docket involves alleged ties between Felix H. Sater, the Russian mafia and Trump insiders.

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Lowe's Suit Claims Shopper Suffered Traumatic Brain Injury


A Connecticut woman claims the store failed to keep its sidewalk clear of snow and ice, which caused her to slip and fall.


Detention and Deportation Will Open Foster Care Floodgates

We hope that child safety will remain a bipartisan issue in Congress, and that there will be bipartisan support for enforcing immigration law in a way that is not only humane, but that also upholds the safety and well-being of children.

Law Tribune Seeks Submissions for Employment Law Special Section

The Law Tribune is seeking articles for a special supplement on employment law, which is scheduled to be published next month.

As Connecticut Considers Expanding Marijuana Laws, Attorneys Watch DOJ


While some attorneys fear the Justice Department will crack down on states with legalized marijuana laws, few believe it will target attorneys who specialize in the field.